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KRON
Jul 2, 2011 2:30pm PDT
to nutritiondata.com, a whopper and a big mac each have more than half the amount of fat you're supposed to eat in an entire day. >> you've got to educate yourself about food, and a lot of what my book is about is just trying to tell you the difference between this industrial food and real food. >> reporter: eric schlosser spent two years researching the fast food industry. he wrote a book just for kids called "chew on this -- everything you don't want to know about fast food." it includes one surprising fact about those mcdonald's french fries many of us love. >> they're salty, and mcdonald's puts a little extra something in them. and when i was doing research for the book, i discovered that little extra thing is beef flavor. so the fries have beef in them, and if you're a vegetarian, you shouldn't eat them. >> reporter: eric isn't a vegetarian. in fact, like most of us, he loves a good burger. but he stopped eating fast food after he did his research. he already knew most fast food is not made fresh. it's processed -- created in a big factory, frozen, packaged and shipped around the world. th
NBC
Jul 23, 2011 1:30pm EDT
, champ? can you show us some of your signature moves? is it scary being in front of big crowds? no, you like it? you're the champ! what's your favorite trick? he wants us to follow him, let's go. he's a pretty good driver. whoa! pretty nice. can i help you get the crowd riled during the game? all right. let's do it! see ya out there. i'll see ya out there. go yankees! hey, we're here with the pinstripe patrol right now. today, i am an honorary member, but we need to find out what to do first. >> tonight, we're going to take it easy on you. all you have to do with us is the, cupid shuffle, which i'm sure you've already heard of and know, so we'll take the initiation easy, and you can hop in on that dance with us. >> do you have any advice for me? >> as long as you have a smile on, the fans will adopt you right into our crew. >> all right, thank you. >> hey, guys. how ya doing today? >> hey, how ya doing? are you ready for the baseball game? >> yeah. >> all right. >> can i have a high five from everyone? >> thank you. >> all right. we'll see you later. >> this is our new edition to our pi
KRON
Jul 16, 2011 2:30pm PDT
, cole got his big chance. at first, he was only supposed to start the bidding for spanky. >> you ready? okay. ladies and gentlemen, here he goes. the man, the myth, the lend. >> cole took off fast and furious. >> this kid's not handing it off to nobody. he wants it to all himself. >> $50,000. $40,000. >> cole ashley deserves a scholarship to auctioneering school. he's got quite a future. >> everybody, dad told me he needs the money. come on, now. >> spanky will be hiring him in about five years. >> yeah, count on it. i'm sure we're going to see more of cole ashley if spanky has anything to say about it. >> sold, $40,500. >> good job. from start to finish. >> and the audience is just as sold on cole's impressive performance. this is one kid who's going, going, going to have a great future in the car world. for "teen kids news," i'm nicole. >> i'm going to try to ride this thing. can i do it? stay tunedo o o o o o >>> what has one wheel, one seat, and one talented rider? a unicycle! this bike may look liked something out of the circus, but there's a group of people who are devoted to rid
PBS
Jul 30, 2011 4:00pm PDT
to what natalie has to say about how to make the grade. >> here it is -- the big test. if it's still more than a week away, you have a chance to make the most of each minute you study. stretching out your studty time is important. in fact, experts at the university ofa' north carolina y the more your study time is spaced out the more you'll remember. that means a half hour a day for five days a better than five hours on one day. so don't wait till the night before. plan out your week leading up to the exam, and give yourself a little more time each night for studying the test subject. i'm natalie here to help you make the grade. these students are rehearsing for their school's big winter play. this year they're staging "the sounds of music." >> i wanted the children to say good night the way they did last night. >> no, not here. >> please, the way they did it for me.$ >> originally a musical on broadway, most of us know the "sound of music" with the movie with julie andrews. ♪ the hills are alive with the sound of music ♪ >> in fact, the film classic is celebrating its 45th anniversar
PBS
Jul 2, 2011 4:00pm PDT
in space, you look back, it's a big blue marble planet we live on. as planet "ocean" residents we have to do our part. >> reporter: to learn more you can visit helvarg's website, bluefront.org. when it comes to saving the ocean, i guess you can say it's time to sink or swim. >> stay with us. there's lots more still to come on "teen kids news." >> we'll be right back. >>> and now our fox in the classroom update. >> nato confirming one of its air strikes on tripoli went offtarget and caused civilian casualties. the libyan government accusing nato of killing nine civilians in the air strike on a residential neighborhood in the capital. meanwhile, syrian forces sweep through the northwestern border region to block refugees from escaping to turkey. president bashar al assad blaming saboteurs for the recent violence and protests. >>> wind gusts continue to challenge crews fighting arizona and new mexico wildfires. thousands of residents in southern arizona evacuating their homes as powerful winds push the flames acrossroads and containment lines toward populated areas. the wallow fire burnin
NBC
Jul 9, 2011 2:30pm EDT
big. revlon growluscious mascara. >>> the number of companies owned by women is growing. cheryl reports on a program that aims to take that trend to the next generation. >> the goal of the program girls going places is to encourage and reward entrepreneurial spirit amongst young women. specifically those ages 12 to 18. and the program's been in existence for about ten years. >> reporter: maria umbach is a businesswoman herself. and she's part of guardian's girls going places initiative. >> what we do is have annual events and community events that encourage the mentorship between young women and women in the business community. >> reporter: today, these girls are meeting their mentors. it's a chance to pick their brains about how they got started in business. >> about 4 1/2 years ago i started my own business. so that all i do is college counseling. >> reporter: and learn what it takes to survive in the business world. >> i really did not like certain types of math, but i learned being a business owner, you have to learn your math. you must. and if you don't know it, you have to
KRON
Jul 30, 2011 2:30pm PDT
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NBC
Jul 9, 2011 1:30pm EDT
home. >> the messages to the young people are if you have an idea, big or small, to go for it. because you probably will be able to do it. and what you get back from it is overwhelming. >> don't underestimate yourself. i'm just one teenager. look what i was able to do. >> reporter: and for rachel, there was an additional benefit that resulted from all her work. >> seeing the children, i feel like they almost helped me more than i helped them. everyone says oh, you helped these kids so much. seeing their faces and seeing how much i did for them, they helped me tenfold. >> so maybe the next time you're home from school, you'll think of some ways to others like rachel did. for "teen kids news" i'm felipe. >>> stay with us there is lots for to come on "teen kids news." >> we'll be right back. >>> it's the number one killer of teens. it's called distracted driving. but do you know what it ask? >> it reminds me of driving and texting. when you're driving and texting, it's not like you can focus on the road. >> i have a lot of friends that text and drive. >> texting and driving is definitely
FOX
Jul 30, 2011 9:00am EDT
donegryakbív4ir+.d,én here, trite big one this one hurts morev b(rm it's more- concentrated. >> thiso r feels like/it's right about my size. all it's missing is my name >> ha ha haf ha. >> &cthat's me. ÷wp h so, howq8 can a glove affect how an athlete perform? >> a smaller glove will enhance an infielder's play,vah larger glove like this can enhance an outfielder's because it's longer, it gives itnp&hc& more reach. thec:o glove really is an extension of the] player andÃit[e à somethingb to aid to aid him inq% playing.ú but it's really all. xu#f6 >> i need a glove that's going to catch everything. can you help083me out? >> one sec.:49r[n1é94yxr7g og >> this is a start. >> perfect. oh, wait. >> you there go. >> now with this, maybe i'll 8gñ .grq)@múpy/zv2n4z neverything. it's heavy. it's been so great seeing how to make a glove and it's been a lot of work with. this is the field report. i'm sienna. catch you later.k4t >>> a typical golf ball can take up to 1,000 years to decomp pos and it's estimated that 300 million of them are lost or th-é9 away every <)h"m so
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